I would highly recommend Changra as a logo designer!! He provided me with a clean and elegant design and he was incredibly thorough and diligent in sending me many many variations and tweaks to get me to my final outcome. I have a very detailed eye and he persevered to win my contest. He was pleasant, patient and professional. I would use him again in the future for other design work.
I was initially sceptical as the designers that came through were poor. Later I was surprised with some very strong logos. Inna_19 also did well. But Malih really listened to what I wanted and incorporated all my feedback. It was also something I could be confident was unique.
Thank you so much, and congratulations!
- Twist Of The Wrist Bakery
- Duck On
Duck On designed the perfect logo for our new company. They were super responsive and easy to work with (especially for the pickiest of customers). Thanks so much and we will definitely be working with them in the future!
How jill.raff started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Culinary Business Strategist
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am the product/service. I am creating a business utilizing my various live's experiences, skills, etc. for an umbrella co. for all things food: The first phase of my business is as a Culinary Business Strategist. I will also be doing a Food Blog, food related videos, perhaps a food program on a radio station, etc. My initial target market is restauranteurs, café owners, etc., for the "Culinary Business Strategist", so that will be the secondary title to my 'brand' of my name, Jill Raff. Going forward I will add in other secondary titles (to go somewhere near or related to "Jill Raff") like: Culinary Media Tours, Food & Travel Blogger, My Kitchen-Your Kitchen, Culinary Connector, etc.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like a clean, contemporary feel, sophisticated elegant look and also like graphics and playing on letters, meanings, double entendres (visually and n text possibly). I don't want anything that looks & feels like clip art, (nothing cliché), that will become dated, or that looks like cattle branding when creating something with the "JR", which is the more 'expected' use of combining the spine of the J with the back of the R. I want something more free-flowing feeling: artistic & creative to represent my creative background & that of the culinary world- yet looking professional & sophisticated. I like simple elegance that is timeless yet very current (choice of fonts, etc.). Something that will keep me in mind to brand me when one sees it- something they'll remember. I would like it to feel creative and playful YET business-like and professional, but NOT corporate-feeling. It should have a 'nod' to the culinary world. My 'old' logo, the last card above which I designed in the 90's, I added above, BUT it feels a bit dated and does not give a nod to culinary within the design. (I would put color, red, (tho' not tied to red in my new venture) inside the 'dot-circle' of the "i".) THANK YOU IN ADVANCE! (I thought this was a great article on design tips: http://www.creativebloq.com/graphic…sign-21221